Player ratings - Who shone brightest for Doncaster Rovers in Keepmoat draw with Peterborough?

DONCASTER ROVERS settles for a point in a hard-fought 0-0 draw at home to Peterborough United today.

Doncaster Rovers' Tommy Rowe battles for possession against Peterborough. Picture: Chris Etchells

Find out who our man Leon Wobschall thought stood out as Rovers’ star man in his mjatch ratings below. Do you agree?

Ian Lawlor: Kept honest in the first half. Good reaction save to deny Edwards. Afforded a quiet second half. 7

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Joe Wright: Continued his good start to the campaign with another assured performance in the heart of the back four. 8

Doncaster Rovers' John Marquis shields the ball. Picture: Chris Etchells

Andy Butler: Won his headers and marshalled the back four well in an authoritative showing. 7

Tyler Garratt: The one change to the side who went down 2-0 at AFC Wimbledon last weekend. Didn’t let anyone down. 7

Matty Blair: Customary energy, tenacity and drive and kept an eye on Edwards. 6

Ben Whiteman: Put a hard-working shift in and was involved throughout. Not too far away with a second-half strike. 7

Doncaster Rovers' James Coppinger battles for the ball against PEterborough. Picture: Chris Etchells

James Coppinger: Not at his effervescent best and replaced just before the hour mark by Mandeville. 5

Tommy Rowe: Not the force that he can be in the final third. But a typically unselfish and tidy stint for the team. 6

Niall Mason: Hands full at times. Picked up a second-half booking for a tug on danger man Maddison. 6

John Marquis: In the wars briefly in the first half and spurned a good early chance. Not his day. Frustrating tale. Booked. 5

Doncaster Rovers' John Marquis shields the ball. Picture: Chris Etchells

Alfie May: Fizzed about with intent and was persistent. Still raw, but his work ethic and appetite was commendable. 7

Substitutes - Jordan Houghton (59 mins for Mason): Steady away and in truth looked like he has never been away. Another significant step in his road back to fitness after a long spell out with injury. 7

Liam Mandeville (59 mins for Coppinger): Not real impact in the final third, despite grafting hard. 6

Andy Williams (71 mins for May): Denied by an excellent sliding challenge from Baldwin from close in. 6

Doncaster Rovers' James Coppinger battles for the ball against PEterborough. Picture: Chris Etchells

Not used: Marosi, Alcock, Toffolo, Ben Khemis.

Peterborough United: Bond 6; Taylor 7, Baldwin 7, Tafazolli 7, Da Silva 6 (Hughes 71, 6); Grant 6, Doughty 7, Edwards 7; Morias 6 (Kanu 61), Maddison 7, Marriott 6.

Not used: O’Malley, Shephard, Lloyd, Anderson, Forrester.